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I noticed that a lot of folks went To Dr Young but I do not find him listed at Children's Hospital, just in Weymouth? Can anyone recommend a good children's pediatric allergist who has a good staff...
2
Just wanting some recommendations for allergist in the Phoenix area. I am in the NorthWest valley, but willing to go wherever I need to. We are currently going through our pediatrician, but feeling...
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We had "fired" DD's allergist as she entered high school, since he wouldn't approve her carrying her own epi-pen. She is a senior this year, and all has been well. We decided to see a new allergist...
3
I have taken my PA son, who is now 6, to 2 different allergists. Neither one feel it is necessary to do a rast test as they feel that since he is positive on his skin test, then he is allergic and...
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We have a very nice allergist but he doesn't seem to be "up" on peanut allergy. For example, when we went for our first skin testing and were told that my son was allergic to many things, the...
1
Does anyone have a recommendation for a good pediatric allergist specializing in food allergies or excema in the Toledo/Ann Arbor area? I'm actually asking on behalf of a friend whose 2 year old has...
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We are moving next month to christiansburg, VA (outside of roanoke). Does any one have a good allergist and pediatrician in that area?
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We are being relocated to the Harrisburg/Carlisle area of Pennsylvania and will be looking for a new allergist. Any suggestions for good allergists or ones to stay away from? We also get to start...
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Well, as if finding out DS#2 is PA and egg allergic wasn't bad enough, his "now former" allergist "failed" to inform us when we had him retested last month that she no longer participates in our...
1
For several reasons, including our current doctor's laid back reaction to our dd's pa, we are looking for a new doctor. We're not sure whether to try a family practice doctor or a pediatrician......
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We live in Del Rio -- 180 miles from San Antonio, but we'll be using allergists in San Antonio (through military medical care with Tricare &/or paying on our own). Does anyone have...
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My pa son(rast level 6+) had his 6-month check-up at the allergist today and she told me something very interesting....as we were discussing school, epi-pens, airborne reactions, etc., she said, "...
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Hi We are looking for a new Allergist in the Peel, Halton or Toronto area. We are currently at a teaching hospital and the appointments take 2 hours minimum each time. I just don't have the patients...
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Hi everyone. My 15mo daughter reacted to peanut butter with hives on her face and slight swelling of her one eyelid. I was told to bring it up with her pediatrician at her 15 month checkup. That...
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I have a sister who is looking to relocate to Massachusetts. She has a 6 year old child with a severe peanut allergy condition. While I personally don't have much knowledge in this area, I have been...
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Thanks to all who have replied and shared your thoughts with me. It turns out I don't need a referral for my insurance company, so I made an appointment for my daughter to see an allergist next...
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I've had the same allergist over the past few years, and I haven't felt that he's been helpful at all. And now I'm about to go to him again, if I can't find another allergist in this small town I...
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We've been treating our family's illnesses with alternative meds for quite some time now with great success. Someone told me that a homeopath cured her ds' food allergies. She went on to say that her...
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I have an allergist who is caring and well-respected but I am just not happy with his action plan for my PA son. It is not conservative enough for me. Plus I don't think his nurse practitioner...
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Has anyone been to a doctor that practices alternative medicine? Particularly, a Dr. Sherri Tennpenny from Ohio. It has been said that she can treat food allergies, by accupressure. Has anyone had...

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